Everything I Know About Bioethics, I Learned From The Golden Girls

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Everything I Know About Bioethics, I Learned From The Golden Girls
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Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern says
Throughout its run from 1985-1992, The Golden Girls was truly ahead of its time, addressing numerous complex issues, including conceiving via in vitro fertilization, human enhancement, the HIV/AIDS epidemic and stigmatization, organ donation, sexual health, body modification, end-of-life issues, and cryopreservation. For many who grew up watching the show either during its original run or in syndication, The Golden Girls was their first exposure to these, and other ethical dilemmas and the resulting decision-making process.

Join Dr. Elizabeth Yuko (@elizabethics) for an introduction to and discussion of bioethics through clips and case studies from The Golden Girls, and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the show's pilot episode. Who better to learn about autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice from than Dorothy, Blanche, Rose and Sophia?
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By: Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern

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